i (from The Independent) - 2 Oct 2014

Table of content - i (from The Independent) (2 Oct 2014)

Tax cuts for 30 million Brits – PM’s election giveaway
Dan’s the man for Arsenal But Liverpool suffer Basel brush- off
Charlotte Riley
Theresa May: next stop Downing Street
Bristol mother pleads with her 15-year- old daughter: leave Syria
Who are you calling a vicious killer? Sharks have personalities too
500 GP surgeries face closure, doctors claim
Karadzic: war crimes evidence is lacking
Who is performing minor miracles?
Isis driven out of key Syria border crossing
Jarvis Cocker
Dame Judi Dench
Festival season is never truly over until the battle of the bands has been won. And the winner is… Arctic Monkeys, as voted for by readers of NME in their 20 Best Bands of Festival Season 2014. Here are the top 10:
Nick Griffin expelled by BNP
The News Matrix
Airlines told to fix cockpit screen issue
Thousands more march for democracy
Texas grapples with first case of Ebola
Children as young as 11 drink-driving
Neurotic women ‘at risk of dementia’
Weather
Snoop Dogg behind Reddit’s £31m gift
Jessica Ennis-Hill
Alan Bennett
Anniversaries
Birthdays
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Quote of the day
Games
THU 02 OCT
Right fit for a movie? Tetris to hit cinemas
Letter from the Political Editor
Cumberbatch heads Shakespeare show
Tearful start to ‘Girls’ creator’s book tour
Bet you can’t put a price on the difference it’s made.
900 chickens killed by golf club gang
Le Pen falls out with her father
UK is running out of phone numbers
Weight-loss clothing customers refunded
Clacton council paint over a Bansky
Michael Caine our ‘greatest film star’
How advanced!
What’s the techy part?
I thought 3D printing was all about creating guns?
How did it come about?
It must have been an expensive procedure?
PM kicks off election campaign with promise of tax cuts worth £ 7.2bn
Passionate and witty, the PM’s speech had fizz
Human rights need ‘sorting out’
Simon
Hague’s insult to defector puts £1m in Ukip coffers
Peer recalled for EU job interview
Conference digest: The bulldog breed
Tributes paid to Alice after body is found in river
Exodus of GPs leaves 500 surgeries facing closure
City investigates Tesco’s £ 250m profits hole
Former leader Griffin is thrown out of BNP
More than million workers are past retirement age
‘I see no reason to put my feet up’
Parents plead for jihadi girl, 15, to come home
Isis driven from border town as Sunni tribe backs Kurd fighters
Guantanamo prisoner walks free – again
Ex-MI6 chief warns of tech threat to children
Storming Normans
Discredited care plan still in use for dying patients
COURTS
Life In Brief
Some victims nameless, others less so
He’s still the Tories’ surest asset
No good reason for this longing
Moazzam Begg
HONG KONG PROTESTS
THERESA MAY
APPLE’S TAX AVOIDANCE
The Opinion Matrix
Theresa May: next stop Downing Street?
No mercy for the poor
From the frozen North
Unworthy of a minister
Welsh in Patagonia
Pedestrians in peril
Sprouting skylines
Cameron’s NHS promise
In memory of the tax disc
People
Boys’ banter bores bodacious Beyoncé
Catherine the irate
Bieber back in trouble
By Jessica Barrett
Do what you’re told… or else. Now that rings a Bell
We all need a secret stash of money
Patten accuses China of breaking democracy pledge made to UK
New James Bond book will set 007 fans’ pulses racing
A polite but passionate proclamation of identity
TELEVISION
Chinese social media censorship
Scott Thomas is fully charged in tragic power play
‘Billy Elliot’ sets new box-office record
Now ‘ Twilight’ is a Facebook friend
Divorce made to order in Maidenhead for Italians who have lost la dolce vita
Down to a T: the row over a Welsh village called Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain
Killer sudoku
Another View
Most unemployed people are victims of forces beyond their control
Delving into the Labrinth
I*video
Battle to contain Ebola as disease arrives in US
Let there be LED lights
THE NETHERLANDS
Keep on dialling, Britain is running out of numbers
PARIS FASHION WEEK
Drama really will take audiences on a journey
No 1138 BY EIMI
Sociable, but can be a bit snappy: the personalities of sharks revealed
Green light for ‘ganja’ to be decriminalised
GERMANY
The experiment
The very public humiliation of the Secret Service
Suicide bombers kill 7 soldiers
Cashing in on China’s thirst for bubbly
Spanish potholer freed after 12 days trapped in cave
EU urges Russia to free boat crew
Postcard From...
Security gets to bottom of pigeon threat
World’s oldest clown dies at 98
Four killed as shells hit school
Marcos artworks seized in Manila
MUSIC
Natalie Haynes
Why the mighty monarch butterfly rules the skies
Detectorists
Who Do You Think You Are?
Peaky Blinders
Educating The East End
Critic’s choice
Film choice
Jungle Atlantis
Scrotal Recall
The Social Network
If…
This Is Not A Film
The Day We Caught The Train
Murder By Death
Time to stop running
Style
Arts
Education
Teaching that pays dividends
How Amba is taking care of business
At the peak of her powers
Das Cabinet Des Dr Caligari
The Road To Middlemarch
There’s nothing rotten about this suburban ‘Hamlet’
You’ve got to experience life in order to reflect that in your work
Anselm Kiefer
Jessie Ware
Salvatore Giuliano
The Scottish Colourist: JD Fergusson
The Fall
VISUAL ARTS
Birmingham Literature Festival
Grupo Corpo
DANCE
COMEDY
FILM
Start the conversation
FOLK & ROOTS
If you only see
POP
FKA twigs
Andrew Cronshaw’s SANS
OPERA
Mark Watson
Barb Jungr
CLASSICAL
WORLD MUSIC
The Lady of the Lake
Sheeps
Tim Key
Goat
TALKS & POETRY
Kathryn Tickell & The Side
Luisa Omielan
Words in Walden
JAZZ
THEATRE
The 30 Second Briefing
Sainsbury’s admits sales unlikely to rise this year
Territory investigated over illegal state aid
Quote of the day
DEFENCE
Share trades worth £381bn were a ‘fat finger’ error
These ‘super-safe’ bonds are a ticking bomb
Saab cuts staff as engine stutters
Adidas pressured into buying shares
New York Times axes 100 jobs
Ryanair hit by German fund fine
Ebola case puts pressure on airline shares
Outlook
Germany delays Eurofighter orders
IMF rejects bonus caps for bankers
Murdoch to step away from Shine
EY acountancy revenue boosted
Mail order helps Findel profits
Kirk Davis joins Greene King
Dubai World makes debt deal
Residential land boon for Modwen
Daniel Stewart’s hiccup on shares
EE rolls out to 18 more towns
The Business Matrix
Celebrity support for Reddit
Rate rise unlikely after UK manufacturing lags
Markets
Money
Word Wheel
Maths Puzzle
Word Ladder
FORMULA ONE
McIlroy backing for Clarke
Pietersen saves his breath for book launch
‘Sold out’ signs reveal Brits’ ongoing passion
FOOTBALL
FOOTBALL
Sport Opinion Matrix
Gurney’s stock is on the rise as he looks to make England profit
TENNIS
RFU puts faith in Lancaster with new deal to 2020
Lancaster’s rise
Rodgers: Injured Sturridge won’t be called up by England
Coleman without Ramsey and Allen for Euro ties
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Wolves kept off top by Powell’s revival
Leeds’ new man Milanic fails to lift gloom
Four-star Fulham fillet poor Bolton
Pochettino is going to stick by Adebayor
Mirallas injury leaves Everton light
Why City don’t feel love for Champions League
Ter Stegen gaffe shows the folly of goalkeeper rotation
Fan’s eye view
European Cup wait
Terry: I cried when we blew our chance of the title last season
MANCHESTER UNITED
Mystery over shares buyer
Liverpool let down once again by back problems
IN BRIEF
Tioté keen to quit St James’
Pannu reign over at Blues
Group B
DIVERSITY
RESULTS SERVICE
Benzema’s winner spares Real blushes
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Wel, Wel, Wel, Danny
Group D
Joy for Arsenal
Lancaster handed deal until 2020
England call makes Gurney take stock
City concentrate on the home front
Pochettino backs Adebayor to score
McIlroy backs Clarke for captain
The Sport Matrix

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